noun, plural sym·po·si·ums, sym·po·si·a [sim-poh-zee-uh]. /sɪmˈpoʊ zi ə/.
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In addition to their online classwork, students attend a twice-a-year symposium at the Rockville campus.Medical cannabis master’s program at University of Maryland sees growth since launch|Tracy Mitchell Griggs|December 18, 2020|Washington Post
Big Pharma should not be funding physicians’ medical educations or sponsoring national symposia.My cancer might be back—and I wonder if unnecessary radiation caused it in the first place|jakemeth|September 22, 2020|Fortune
Wiliam addressed a symposium of leading conservationists gathered by his United For Wildlife charity.
One such add-on, Zerocoin, debuted at a San Francisco symposium in May.
Two of the events, nearly ten percent of this symposium, perpetuate the lie that Zionism is racism.
Tomorrow morning, Democracy and CFED are hosting an even at CFED's offices to discuss the issues raised in the symposium.
The Ghurkhas looked on in silence at our symposium, their broad Mongolian faces inscrutable.Leaves from a Field Note-Book|J. H. Morgan
Or at times, it would be an interview or my uncle's contribution to some symposium on the "Secret of Success," or such-like topic.Tono Bungay|H. G. Wells
We shall esteem it a privilege if you will consent to contribute to this symposium.
THE symposium of the preceding evening had been a little too much for my nerves.The Works of Edgar Allan Poe|Edgar Allan Poe
There is here an allusion to the and O in Plato's Symposium.The Basis of Morality|Arthur Schopenhauer